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Anthony Natividad is an innovative flute musician, craftsman, and storyteller through his music. He has been a featured nose flute artist on the Odyssey Channel's "America" series, has performed as an original musician and cast member of the award-winning theatrical production "Ulalena," and has served as a featured performer on many recordings. On his debut CD, his nose flutes allow people to feel the depth and light of their soul, lightened of their stress and burdens, to the present moment of being.Learn More
Award-winning trio Na Palapalai brings new energy and power to their falsetto style of music in this, their third album "Ka Pua Hae Hawai`i." Recipients of numerous Na Hoku Hanohano Awards (Equivalent to the GRAMMY® Awards) (Hawaiian Album, Hawaiian language, Group of the Year and Haku Mele), Na Palapalai offers a collection of Hawaiian standards and original compositions sure to captivate all Hawaiian music enthusiasts.Learn More
Nina Keali'iwahamana - known to many as simply "Nina" - has captured the hearts of people around the world with her magnificient vocal ability. Working with producer, Jack de Mello, and symphony's around the world gave her a signature sound that will live forever.Learn More
2006 GRAMMY NOMINATED CD - "Sweet & Lovely," Raiatea Helm's follow-up recording to her multiple Na Hoku Hanohano Award winning debut CD "Far Away Heaven," made history as Raiatea Helm became Hawai'i's first solo female vocalist to receive a Grammy Nomination. This groundbreaking CD also received 4 Na Hoku Hanohano Awards (Hawai'i's equivalent to the Grammy Awards) as well as her repeat honor as Female Vocalist of the Year. Even more impressively, at barely 21 years of age, Raiatea Helm received the coveted Favorite Entertainer of the Year title. Her 2006 Grammy Nomination as well as her multiple Na Hoku Hanohano Awards has already guaranteed Raiatea Helm's place in Hawai'i music history. Raiatea also reveals the enormous breadth of her talent with Track 14, her sultry rendition of the jazz standard "At Last."
The four-time Hoku Award-winning trio Maunalua presents Ho'okanaka, a compilation of recordings that hold significant meanings to the group's members and their fans. Ho`okanaka captured the Group of the Year award at the 2008 Na Hoku Hanohano Awards, an honor truly deserved by Bruce, Bobby and Kahi. Engineered by the talented Dave Tucciarone, Ho'okanaka is sure to delight and leave a lasting impression with Hawaiian music fans.Learn More
The success HAPA, Keli'i Kaneali'i and Barry Flanagan, has achieved is evident in Collection, which pulls together their best music from previously released material in one extraordinary compact disc. HAPA emerged as one of the most popular Hawaiian groups in the 1990's and their recordings are still the best sellers of the Mountain Apple Company catalog.Learn More
When the de Mello's discovered that Sunday Manoa were no longer a group, they took the talents of Robert & Roland and shaped them in to one of the most successful recording artists that Hawaii has ever known. This CD is a compilation of their "First Two Albums" and shows how developed they were as recording artists at such a young age.Learn More
Teresa Bright, Hawaii’s most soulful songstress presents 12 songs from an era that perfectly fit her seductive voice and personality in her brand new CD, Tropic Rhapsody. As soothing and seductive as the tropic sun and the gentle trades, Teresa takes classic Hapa-Haole (English lyrics) Hawaiian songs and combines them with a perfect blend of swing, jazz and bossa nova to produce a CD that will delight fans of Hawaiian music, new and old. The comfort of cherished standards speak to our emotions in ways that bridge gaps between music genres and old and new listeners. Tropic Rhapsody -- Brand new music, perfect for this time!Learn More
Six years after Ho‘okena’s GRAMMY®-nominated Cool Elevation release, Manu Boyd, Horace Dudoit, Chris Kamaka and Glen Smith are on the verge of launching their 10th recording in 23 years together. This, by many measures, is their best to-date.
Nani Mau Loa – Everlasting Beauty is inspired by a new song about commitment and lasting love, but reaches much farther in expressing Ho‘okena’s commitment to the everlasting beauty of Hawai‘i nei.
Ho‘okena is a rare example of long-term commitment to Hawaiian music. While raising families, advancing careers, leading communities, traveling the world and experiencing life’s many blessings, Manu, Horace, Glen and Chris remain as a staple in Hawaiian contemporary music bridging the 20th and 21st centuries while delving into their history, heritage and mana that goes back much, much further.
The legendary Don Ho continues to be the most recognizable symbol of Hawai'i and an entertainer whose popularity has exploded again in the last few years. Gold holds the best songs of Don Ho's repertoire with hits that include "Tiny Bubbles," "Hanalei Moon," "Hawaiian Wedding Song," and "I'll Remember You."Learn More
Legendary musician and filmmaker Eddie Kamae is an icon for traditional Hawaiian music both past and the present, a rare stature not many can uphold. Yesterday and Today, is his first recording of new material on CD in over 25 years, reaffirming his stature with 6 brand new songs, and classics from the momentous Sons of Hawai`i era. Features renowned musicians like Rev. Dennis Kamakahi, Joe Marshall, David "Feet" Rogers, Moe Keale, Mike Kaawa, Ocean Kaowili, Paul Kim and Analu Aina.Learn More
Through the years, Robert Cazimero and Halau Na Kamalei have blazed their jouney with Hawaiian pride,dispelling deep-rooted stereotypes of grass skirt girls and coconut bras. The men of hula have swayed the heart of hula by reclaiming the masculine side of the ancient dance.This is the story of Robert Cazimero and Halau Na Kamalei. This is the story of the men of hula.
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English Rose conjures up the image of a fresh, voluptuous flower blossoming out from old rootstock. It’s an apt reflection, as each song unfolds like its own petal of a larger bloom. Most are new originals, but with the familiar depth of an older lyrical and musical foundation. There are traditional favorites spiced with lively twists, and English songs, both light and loving. Each piece, each petal makes the collection bloom bigger and brighter. Learn More
Inspirations? There are many. Challenges? Many of those too, but no matter what, never ever give-up on your dreams! Music has certainly grown to become my life's passion and I truly feel blessed to be able to do what I love. it has given me the opportunity to meet new people, travel the world and to experience new ideas, which in my opinion is what life is all about. I think you'll agree that anywhere you go in this world you'll fine there's a story to be told, a song to be sung and a lesson to be learned. The sum of these life experiences helps to create our charater. It implies we are all a product of our environment. If so, then I certainly stand upon the shoulders of giants. it's what I do, it's who I am. I am a music maker!
Therefore, as you listen to my music, I invite you to open your heart and open your mind. Let the melody carry you to a place where the sun shines warmly on you face. There....in the distance - can you see it? The perfect lehua blossom awaits you. Learn More
Raised on homestead land in Waimanalo, Lolena ‘Lena’ Naipo, Jr. goes back to his roots with his band Kahulanui in their first release, Hula Ku‘i. Kahulanui is an inspiration passed down from his grandfather Robert Kahulanui. Lolena remembers stories of his grandfather who was a member of the Royal Hawaiian Band during an era when horns and drums were a part of Hawaiian music. It was from these beginnings that he draws from for Hula Ku‘i. “Throughout Hawai‘i in the 20s and 30s, one could find orchestras playing Hawaiian Swing and the house would be jumping. Kahulanui borrowed from these influences and performed classic Hawaiian songs in a syncopated style making Hawaiian Swing vibrant and alive in Hawai‘i today. With musical influences from Uncle Alvin Kaleolani Isaac, Ray Kinney, Sam Koki, Lani McIntryre and even Spike Jones, I am excited for you to hear Kahulanui with the Kahulanui horn section. It’s Hawaiian Swing at its finest and with today’s technology and the magic of GRAMMY® award-winning engineer/producer Charles Michael Brotman, you have one of the most innovative releases to come out of the islands. You won’t be sitting for long once you hear Kahulanui’s Hula Ku‘i... ‘ami aku, ‘ami mai, ‘ami ‘ami malie…“ - Skylark Rossetti
"Mohalu – to be at ease, comfortable, at liberty. As our lives contain many layers, the same is for Mohalu. Mohalu is also the 12th night of the lunar cycle, an eve where planting flowers would be ideal, as these blooms would grow as full and as perfect as the moon on this night. The mana’o (idea or thought) behind Mohalu represent what this sophomore project is for me.
This song selection unfolds to reveal different petals, if you will, of my life. My own mele (songs) are attempts to communicate my inner most feelings in hopes that there are others who can identify with my struggles and my joys."
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